Jeff Stanifer

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Honey Bees are beneficial insects that sometimes cause problems. They pose a danger to people and property if they nest near or in the places where we live and work. Honey Bees live in colonies consisting of a single queen bee and thousands of worker bees plus a few hundred males. There can be anywhere from 10,000 to well over 60,000 bees in a colony.

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